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Nutrition

Fat Loss 101 – Master the Basics

  Hey Lexington!  Here are some great basics to get you started losing fat! Via Fitness Spotlight It seems most everyone is looking to lose some weight (namely fat), but with all the conflicting information out there it just gets more and more confusing for the average person to know what to do? Let’s back it up a […]

Slim is Simple

via ThatPaleoGuy.com Slim is Simple from Aavia Publishing on Vimeo.

Why Fast?

Mark Sisson has a great website HERE:  The article below was from a series he did on fasting.  Fasting is not for everyone, but you might want to consider. Why Fast? Part Six – Choosing a Method Assuming you’ve been keeping up with the series, you should be saying to yourself “Hey, maybe this fasting […]

Quick Start or Quick Fix?

via TomVenuto.com  Advice On Starting A Fat Loss Program The Right Way by Tom Venuto posted in Burn The Fat Challenge, Contests & Giveaways If you lose weight quickly in the first week or two of your fat loss program, you’re more likely to gain it back later, right? That’s a common belief, and in some cases, it’s true. But […]

How to cure lactose intolerance

via Chris Kresser.com Lactose intolerance is one of the most common food intolerances, affecting up to 65% of the world’s adult population. (1) Many people choose to completely cut out dairy as a way to avoid the gastrointestinal symptoms that frequently come along with eating dairy foods. But is true lactose intolerance really the cause of their […]

“Bulletproof” Coffee Recipes

Adding organic coconut oil or organic grass fed butter to your coffee will supercharge it and provide many benefits to you including, but not limited to: • Improving your heart health. • Boosting your thyroid. • Increasing your metabolism. • Supporting your immune system. • Promoting a lean body and weight loss. (which can dramatically […]

How did we come to believe saturated fat and cholesterol are bad for us?

                  via Peter Attia and The Eating Academy Dr. Peter Attia: The limits of scientific evidence and the ethics of dietary guidelines — 60 years of ambiguity from Peter Attia on Vimeo. Most of the dietary recommendations made in the United States are not firmly grounded in […]

Diets for 2012

It’s that time of year where everyone starts thinking about their New Years Resolution, and of course their NEW diet for 2012. Here are some popular diets LAC members have been using, that you might want to consider too. Primal Blueprint… A modern take on the Paleo diet, more than just diet, it’s a lifestyle. Paleo […]

What to Eat and What to Avoid for Lifelong Health

Mark Sisson over at Mark’s Daily Apple.com, is one of the best fitness and nutrition writers out there.  His stuff is easy to ready, well thought out and makes a lot of sense.  We here at Lexington Athletic Club strongly recommend his books and website.  Check out one of his newest articles below.  Sign up […]

Is Your Turkey 40% Salt Water?

It’s probably too late to get a Kentucky farmed, pasture raised turkey from someone like Marksbury Farm Market, but keep them in mind before you get your Christmas turkey or ham.  It’s good to know that in Lexington we have local options to the factory raised meat, especially after reading articles like the one below. […]